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"Foodborne illness or injury results from the natural, accidental, or malicious contamination of foods by biological, chemical, or physical hazards. The impacts of foodborne illness may include morbidity and mortality, increased health care costs, loss of consumer confidence, economic losses, and lost productivity to industry. The globalization of our food supply has resulted in large volumes of raw and processed products moving across domestic and international boundaries every day. Consequently, foodborne illness outbreaks associated with widely distributed contaminated foods result in human illnesses that cross local, P/T and national boundaries.
The datasets provided encompass all the statistics found on the Canadian Cluster Map Portal. Moreover, additional information such as cluster-concordance and cluster descriptions are provided to allow for accurate analysis of the data.
Health Canada has notified Glico Nutrition Co., Ltd. that it has no objection to the sale of Cluster Dextrin®, CCD® (cyclic dextrin, highly branched) as a food ingredient to be added to foods and beverages in Canada. CCD® is intended to be used as a carbohydrate source, totally or partially replacing conventional digestible carbohydrates in a variety of food categories at a level ranging from 3% to 50%.
Nova Scotia Community Clusters for health service planning and research. Includes the following data fields: GISUID, GISSELECTED, GISHIDDEN, GISLENGTH, GIS_AREA, Cluster, ClusterID
*As of June 16, all COVID-19 datasets will be updated weekly on Thursdays by 2pm. * This dataset compiles daily snapshots of publicly reported data on 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreaks in Ontario. Learn how the Government of Ontario is helping to keep Ontarians safe during the 2019 Novel Coronavirus outbreak ##Data includes: * Summary of cases associated with outbreaks, by outbreak setting and date * Summary of ongoing outbreaks by outbreak setting * Summary of ongoing outbreaks by Public Health Unit (PHU) Effective March 25, 2022: Due to changes in testing, it is no longer possible to accurately track the total number of cases of COVID-19 associated with outbreaks in education, recreational, workplace, and unknown/other settings. This dataset is subject to change.
Nova Scotia Community Cluster Census Population for 2011 and 2016. Includes the following data fields: Census Year, Zone, ZoneID, Community Health Network, NetworkID, Community Cluster, ClusterID, Population Un-Weighted, Population Weight, Population After Weighting
Data used in the article, Ecology of outbreak populations of the western spruce budworm by V. Nealis and J. Régnière in Ecosphere 2021.
This dataset is associated with the article authored by Louis De Grandpré et al. titled "Defoliation-induced changes in foliage quality may trigger broad-scale insect outbreaks" accepted for publication in Communications Biology. In this study, progression of a spruce budworm outbreak over several years was shown to be associated with increased soil nutrient fluxes and availability and improved foliage quality in surviving host trees.
This guidance supports high quality investigations that will contribute to public health’s collective understanding of COVID-19 transmission in all types of school settings and the utility of mitigation measures implemented. A systematic approach to outbreak response, including an investigation that examines cases, contacts, their interactions and environment, will help to produce higher quality evidence and will support public health officials in making evidence informed policy decisions.
The guidelines will provide information applicable to any type of outbreak investigation and will highlight specific considerations for outbreaks occurring within an educational setting including daycares and schools.
This report provides an update on the epidemiology of three nationally notifiable STIs in Canada: chlamydia, gonorrhea and infectious syphilis (including congenital syphilis) using data up to 2018, by province/territory, age group and sex. In addition, updated information related to syphilis collected through the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) Syphilis Outbreak Investigation Coordination Committee (SOICC) have been included.